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Cyber Insurance: An overview

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By Jamie Monck-Mason | August 19, 2020

What type of risks are covered by cyber insurance? In an article originally published in Practical Law for Companies, Willis Towers Watson’s Jamie Monck-Mason and Steven Hadwin from Norton Rose Fulbright LLP consider the key issues.

This document provides information on the type of risks covered by cyber insurance and some typical insurance terms and risks that might be excluded. It also provides information on arranging cover, handling claims and risk management by the insured, and provides some tips for maximizing insurance recoveries.

This was first published by Practical law for Companies on 1st July 20201 and was authored by Steven Hadwin, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP and Jamie Monck-Mason, Willis Towers Watson.

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1 Original publication found on Practical Law for Companies, available here
https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com/w-026-4193?__lrTS=20200811155830590&transitionType=Default&contextData=(sc.Default)&firstPage=true&bhcp=1

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